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    Tomcat troubles...


    I have installed apache, tomcat, and jserv, but now tomcat won't fully start. I don't know what is up. Anyone have some ideas why this is happening?
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    Are you getting any errors on startup? If so, can you please post them.
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    Tomcat starts before I install Jserv, but does not write the tomcat-apache.conf file when it starts, which is supposed to be included in httpd.conf.
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    In your autoexec.bat file, put in
    set TOMCAT_HOME=path\to\tomcat ex. TOMCAT_HOME=c:\tomcat

    Looks like tomcat is trying to guess where it is located. I would recommend that you use mod_jk. Jserv is not developed anymore, and is outdated. mod_jk works better, is easier to configure and faster than mod_jserv. You can find it in the download section under win32/mod_jk.dll
    Follow this install guide to get it working:
    http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tom...-howto.html#s7

    Let me know how it goes.

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